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Today’s Headlines

8:57 AM EDT on May 14, 2015

    • Senators Schedule Hearing for Six-Year Transportation Bill After May 31 Deadline (The Hill)
    • GOP Senator: "I'll Be Stunned" If Republicans Deal With Highway Trust Fund "Responsibly" (The Hill)
    • Fight for Federal Transportation Funding "Hardened" By Amtrak Crash (The Hill)
    • Congress Isn't Raising the Gas Tax But These States Did (National Journal)
    • Will Monmouth County, NJ, "Put a Knife Through" Complete Streets Goals? (NJ Bike & Walk Coalition)
    • Black Transit Riders in Mpls Spend 160 More Hours Per Year Commuting Than White Drivers (Star Trib)
    • Rider to State Budget Could Kill Texas Private High-Speed Rail Plans (Dallas Business Journal)
    • Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Wants to Fix Louisville's Air Problems

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